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Construction Vessel Guideline for the Offshore Renewables Industry (Published)

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  Construction vessel guideline for the offshore renewables industry  CONSTRUCTION VESSEL GUIDELINE FOR THE OFFSHORE RENEWABLES INDUSTRY 1st editionSeptember 2014Published by ENERGY INSTITUTE, LONDON The Energy Institute is a professional membership body incorporated by Royal Charter 2003Registered charity number 1097899  The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body for the energy industry, supporting over 19 000 individuals working in or studying energy and 250 energy companies worldwide. The EI provides learning and networking opportunities to support professional development, as well as professional recognition and technical and scientific knowledge resources on energy in all its forms and applications.The EI’s purpose is to develop and disseminate knowledge, skills and good practice towards a safe, secure and sustainable energy system. In fulfilling this mission, the EI addresses the depth and breadth of the energy sector, from fuels and fuels distribution to health and safety, sustainability and the environment. It also informs policy by providing a platform for debate and scientifically-sound information on energy issues. The EI is licensed by: −the Engineering Council to award Chartered, Incorporated and Engineering Technician status; −the Science Council to award Chartered Scientist status, and −the Society for the Environment to award Chartered Environmentalist status.It also offers its own Chartered Energy Engineer, Chartered Petroleum Engineer and Chartered Energy Manager titles.A registered charity, the EI serves society with independence, professionalism and a wealth of expertise in all energy matters.For further information, please visit http://www.energyinst.org Copyright © 2014 by the Energy Institute, London.The Energy Institute is a professional membership body incorporated by Royal Charter 2003.Registered charity number 1097899, EnglandAll rights reservedNo part of this book may be reproduced by any means, or transmitted or translated into a machine language without the written permission of the publisher.ISBN 978 0 85293 684 9Published by the Energy InstituteThe information contained in this publication is provided for general information purposes only. Whilst the Energy Institute and the contributors have applied reasonable care in developing this publication, no representations or warranties, express or implied, are made by the Energy Institute or any of the contributors concerning the applicability, suitability, accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein and the Energy Institute and the contributors accept no responsibility whatsoever for the use of this information. Neither the Energy Institute nor any of the contributors shall be liable in any way for any liability, loss, cost or damage incurred as a result of the receipt or use of the information contained herein.Hard copies and electronic access to EI and IP publications is available via our website, www.energypublishing.org .Documents can be purchased online as downloadable pdfs or on an annual subscription for single users and companies.For more information, contact the EI Publications Team.e: pubs@energyinst.org Front cover image courtesy of: London Array Limited  CONSTRUCTION VESSEL GUIDELINE FOR THE OFFSHORE RENEWABLES INDUSTRY 3 CONTENTS PageForeword...................................................................5Acknowledgements ..........................................................61 Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 Scope.................................................................83 Regulatory framework overview .........................................104 Health and safety management ..........................................12  4.1 Marine control.....................................................13 4.2 Client representative ................................................13 4.3 Simultaneous operations (SIMOPS) .....................................13 5 Vessel selection, matrix and flowchart.....................................15  5.1 Vessel failure modes/limitations (failure modes effects analysis (FMEA)) ..........16 6 Construction vessels ...................................................18  6.1 Vessel station keeping systems.........................................18 6.1.1 Dynamic positioned (DP) .....................................18 6.1.2 Non-dynamic positioned (NDP).................................19 6.2 Vessel types.......................................................19 6.2.1 Barge....................................................19 6.2.2 Jack-up barge .............................................20 6.2.3 Wind farm installation vessel (WIV)..............................20 6.2.4 Heavy lift vessel (HLV)........................................21 6.2.5 Dynamic positioning diving support vessel (DPDSV) .................21 6.2.6 Air range diving support vessel (ARDSV)..........................22 6.2.7 Offshore support vessel (OSV) .................................22 6.2.8 Cable lay vessel (CLV)........................................23 6.2.9 Rock dump vessel (RDV)......................................23 6.2.10 Flotel ....................................................24 7 Vessel related assurance audits...........................................25  7.1 Site data .........................................................25 7.2 Activities and durations..............................................25 7.3 Vessel facilities.....................................................26 7.4 Vessel related management...........................................26 8 Marine warranty surveyor (MWS) scope of work – generic....................27  8.1 General requirements ...............................................27 8.2 Scope ...........................................................27 9 Major construction equipment audit ......................................28
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